"About a week ago, Joe Barr posted a feature on Linux.com titled
'New Alien Arena 6.10 blows away its FPS competition' yet gave no
real comparisons with other similar games, regretable since his
conclusion was that it 'blows away its competition.' This was done
in the same style as Barr's previous feature, 'Tremulous: The best
free software game ever?' which described Tremulous but also lacked
comparisons and relations to other games. This feature hopes to be
a thorough comparison of the major free software shooters.
"There have been many free software first-person shooters (FPS)
projects over the years, from modded Doom and Quake engines to
enhance the existing games (ezQuake, EGL, ZDoom), to free art packs
such as OpenQuartz or OpenArena. In 2002, along came Cube, a single
and multiplayer FPS based on its own engine, including artwork,
maps, models and an ingame map editor..."
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